I’m excited to be participating in another art-science project (still can’t quite bring myself to use the word “sciart” in passing) at Goucher College. Under the Scope is a group exhibition featuring seven artists from the mid-Atlantic whose work engages science – both as subject and process. I’m showing three different projects form the past four years, including Sounds of Discovery, Chronoecology Corps, and the recently concluded Foggy Bottom Microobservatory.
Alongside objects and installations from those projects, the show features two of my short films, including a newly re-edited special edition of Chronoecology Field Report 2013064.
The reception on Thursday Oct. 27 will also include a hands-on workshop inspired by the Microobservatory and focusing on wild fermentation. Since this workshope will be indoors, this one will also feature a microscope for examining yeast and bacteria under the scope (sorry).